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Researchers Track Endangered Nassau Grouper Eggs with Underwater Microscope

May 9, 2023

Each winter off the western tip of the Caribbean island of Little Cayman, thousands of endangered Nassau grouper gather to spawn under the light of the full moon.

New UC San Diego Entrepreneurship Lab Launches Program to Get Startups off the Ground

June 1, 2023

A new venture program housed at the University of California San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy (GPS) will soon be poised to help translate innovative ideas into high-value companies and nonprofits.

5 Tips to Ace Your Fulbright Award Application

June 13, 2023

Have you ever considered studying, teaching or conducting research abroad? Your dreams can become a reality through the Fulbright Program. For those who are considering applying, we connected with five UC San Diego students and recent alumni on what makes a successful application.

Four-Legged Robot Traverses Tricky Terrains Thanks to Improved 3D Vision

June 13, 2023

Researchers led by UC San Diego have developed a new model that trains four-legged robots to see more clearly in 3D. The advance enabled a robot to autonomously cross challenging terrain with ease—including stairs, rocky ground and gap-filled paths—while clearing obstacles in its way.

Entering Our ChatGPT Era

June 13, 2023

From the doctor’s office to the classroom, rapidly advancing generative AI tools like OpenAI’s ChatGPT are already changing life at UC San Diego, leaving no discipline or specialty untouched.

Pioneering Data Science for a Data-Driven Future

July 18, 2023

UC San Diego’s Halıcıoğlu Data Science Institute Director Rajesh Gupta says the emerging field of data science enables us to “see” things that have never before been visible and make connections never before possible.

Top Summer Reading Picks Recommended by UC San Diego Library Staff 

July 25, 2023

The UC San Diego Library’s community of librarians and staff are sharing a diverse array of book recommendations perfectly suited for summer vacation. All of the books listed can be found in the collections of the UC San Diego Library.

Fed’s Goal to Cut Inflation to 2% Risks Recession

August 15, 2023

While U.S. inflation has come down significantly from nearly 9% to 3% and unemployment continues to stay low, it will be challenging for the Federal Reserve to reduce inflation to its target of 2% without significantly raising the unemployment rate and possibly sinking the U.S. into a recession.

UC San Diego Engineering Undergrads Get Hands-On Lab Experience in the Summertime

September 12, 2023

The Guided Engineering Apprenticeship in Research program and sponsoring organizations are providing funding for hard-working engineering students to engage in further research this summer. The summer program, known as GEAR to Career, gives students extra time in the lab to deepen their skills.


November 2, 2023

Jesse Driscoll, co-author of Ukraine’s Unnamed War and professor of political science at UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy, offers insight into the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

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